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    When are they?
    Conferences will be conducted remotely on the following dates:
    • Thursday, March 21, 2024 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
    • Friday, March 22, 2024 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
    How do I sign up?
    Parent-Teacher Time Slot Sign Up Page -  Use this link to sign up for a time slot with your child's teacher.
    How will I find people remotely on those days?
    Teacher and Staff Video Conference Links - Use this link to find the video conference information for each teacher/staff member.

    🕒 Dismissal Times:🕒  

    • Thursday, March 21, 2024: Operating on a Shortened Bell Schedule. Dismissal at 2:36 pm.
    • Friday, March 22, 2024: Half Day Schedule, dismissing after 4th period at 11:41 am.

    Note to Staff: Teachers are permitted to leave at dismissal time for travel convenience if conducting conferences remotely. Alternatively, staff may choose to stay in the building to conduct remote conferences. 


    For other questions and concerns, email: info@ptechnyc.org



    P-TECH is proud to be in its 13th year, having grown from one school in Brooklyn to a worldwide movement. Our students earn a high school diploma, an industry-recognized associate degree, and gain relevant work experience in a growing field. There is a growing number of P-TECH schools in the city and state as well as dozens in other countries. Independent research on our innovative 9-14 model has shown a significant positive impact on students' college and career readiness. Students at P-TECH have the opportunity to earn a college degree for free, gain valuable internship experience, making them strong candidates to continue their education or join the workforce. We offer programs in computer information systems, electromechanical engineering technology, and as part of New York City's FutureReady program, we are preparing to launch an education pathway as well, to prepare the next generation of STEM teachers. Interested students and families can apply through the city's high school application process.

    Are you interested in learning more about P-TECH? Attend an open house!

    • Wednesday, October 25 (5:30-7:30)  
    • Thursday, November 2 (5:30-7:30)  
    • Thursday, November 16 (5:30-7:30)
    • Saturday, December 2 (11am-1pm)
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Media Coverage

  • Helping the Next Generation Beat the Odds

    Posted by Andrew Moore on 11/19/2015 8:00:00 AM
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  • President Obama on P-TECH

    Posted by Will Ehrenfeld on 9/29/2011
    At minute 47 of the clip below, President Obama speaks about the partnership between New York City and IBM - we like to call it P-TECH!

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  • More Media Attention

    Posted by Will Ehrenfeld on 9/27/2011
    In the past few days, Mayor Bloomberg has promoted P-TECH multiple times as part of the Education Nation summit, hosted by NBC in New York City. We'll post the video when it's available, but for now, read the article, and the text of his remarks is below.

    “Last year, I also talked about how we would form some new partnerships with businesses, nonprofits, and universities to more directly connect our students to colleges and careers — and we have done that. One great example I wanted to share with you is what we call P-Tech, the new Pathways in Technology High School that we created jointly with I.B.M. and the City University of New York, which opened its doors this year. This groundbreaking public school runs from grade 9 to grade 14. You may have noticed two extra grades in there, and that’s because students at P-Tech will learn the traditional core subjects, and also receive an education in computer science and complete two years of college work. When they graduate from grade 14 with an Associate’s Degree and a qualified record, they will be first in line for jobs with I.B.M., something that is really important in this day and age to all our kids.

    “The students at P-Tech will also help us further another of our long-term goals: to diversify our local economy by supporting industries that have the potential to grow and expand here."

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  • Mayor Bloomberg on Meet the Press

    Posted by Will Ehrenfeld on 9/25/2011
    Take a look at this clip of the Mayor on Meet the Press with David Gregory. He mentions P-TECH as the manifestation of the city's goal to graduate students who are ready for college and careers.

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